2019 Thierry et Pascale Matrot Meursault
A very Meursault nose is comprised by notes of hazelnut, acacia blossom and a plethora of citrus elements. The sleek and delicious if not especially dense flavors exude a subtle salinity on the more tightly wound finish that flashes good depth and persistence. I like the balance though this will need at least a few years of patience to show its best. Drink 2026+.
Allen Meadows - Burghound
The 2019 Meursault Villages comes from 12 separate parcels on both the flat and sloped parts of the appellation. The fragrant bouquet features lime, citrus peel and light orange blossom scents. The palate is well balanced with crisp orange zest and mandarin notes, moderate depth and a slightly waxy texture toward the finish. Again, it just lacks a little persistence on the aftertaste, but there is plenty of freshness and what you might call "guts." Drink 2023 - 2032.
Neal Martin - Vinous
From 12 plots, all around the village, with no new wood and now in tank. Light reductive nose, even a touch of something interestingly yeasty. Pale primrose, with a lifted attractive fruit. Plenty of juicy fruit here, lots of energy, good acidity too, maybe not a, butter and hazelnuts wine of yore, but a Meursault of substance.
Jasper Morris - Inside Burgundy